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Energy millionaires club

The following companies and groups interested in energy policy spent at least $1 million on lobbying last year.

Client Total
1.AARP $20,880,000
2.General Electric Company (including subsidiaries) $17,200,000
3.Chamber of Commerce of the U.S.A. $16,578,785
4.Edison Electric Institute $12,000,000
5.The Business Roundtable $9,740,000
6.Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers $8,024,989
7.General Motors Corp $7,940,000
8.ExxonMobil Corp. $7,660,000
9.Association of American Railroads $6,760,000
10.International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) $6,760,000
11.J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. $6,706,575
12.Lockheed Martin Corporation $6,550,000
13.National Association of Manufacturers $6,180,000
14.American International Group, Inc. $5,487,300
15.Southern Company Services, Inc. $5,220,000
16.Honeywell International $5,200,000
17.Ford Motor Co $4,640,000
18.American Forest & Paper Association $4,633,940
19.Chevron USA Inc. (including subsidies of parent ChevronTexaco Corp) $4,620,000
20.National Mining Association $4,600,000
21.Shell Oil Company $4,535,101
22.Biotechnology Industry Organization $4,260,000
23.Union Pacific Corporation $4,099,929
24.United States Steel Corporation $3,800,000
25.United Technologies Corp $3,491,253
26.Marathon Oil Corp. $3,360,000
27.International Paper $3,320,000
28.American Petroleum Institute $3,140,000
29.National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) $3,140,000
30.PG&E Corporation $3,130,000
31.Exelon Corp. $2,864,400
32.Honda North America $2,523,000
33.CSX Corporation $2,496,500
34.Toyota Motor North America, Inc. $2,420,000
35.Sempra Energy $2,404,455
36.First Energy $2,345,818
37.DTE Energy $2,280,000
38.TXU Business Services Company $2,220,000
39.American Chemistry Council $2,140,000
40.American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) $2,080,000
41.Accenture LLP $2,060,000
42.Occidental International Corp. $2,026,269
43.Duke Energy Corporation $2,000,000
44.Norfolk Southern Corporation $2,000,000
45.National Grid USA $1,980,000
46.USEC, Inc. $1,940,000
47.3M Corporation $1,920,000
48.Progress Energy Company $1,896,000
49.Dow Chemical Company, The $1,800,000
50.Unocal Corporation $1,740,000
51.Lyondell Chemical Company $1,700,000
52.Siemens Corp. $1,680,000
53.Entergy Services, Inc. $1,647,000
54.Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) $1,644,000
55.Florida Power & Light Company $1,560,000
56.Bayer Corporation $1,520,000
57.Southern California Edison $1,460,000
58.TECO Energy, Inc. $1,440,000
59.Burlington Northern Santa Fe $1,420,000
60.Portland Cement Association $1,400,000
61.Weyerhaeuser Company $1,400,000
62.Alcoa, Inc. $1,360,000
63.Pinnacle West Capital Corp. $1,360,000
64.Reliant Energy $1,350,000
65.PacifiCorp $1,340,018
66.ConocoPhillips $1,300,000
67.Nuclear Energy Institute, Inc. $1,280,000
68.Kerr-McGee Corporation $1,260,000
69.University of California $1,240,000
70.Cummins Inc. $1,220,000
71.Ashland Inc. $1,160,000
72.Metropolitan Water District of So. Calif $1,160,000
73.National Multi Housing Council, Inc. $1,160,000
74.Cinergy Corp. $1,142,024
75.Farmers Educational Cooperative Union of America $1,133,266
76.General Atomics $1,120,000
77.PPL Corporation $1,040,000
78.Xcel Energy, Inc. $1,030,000


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